Celtic captain Scott Brown has had his Scottish FA disciplinary listening to moved ahead six days.
The midfielder faces a possible suspension for “now not appearing in the most productive pursuits of soccer” all the way through a 2-1 win over Rangers remaining month.
The brand new listening to date of 26 April way a two-game ban can be for fits in opposition to Kilmarnock and Aberdeen, fairly than in opposition to the Dons and Rangers.
Celtic and Rangers will nonetheless face fees at the unique Would possibly 2 date.
Rangers’ Alfredo Morelos, Andy Halliday and Ryan Kent have been all suspended for his or her movements in a fiery derby, whilst Ibrox supervisor Steven Gerrard permitted a one-game touchline ban.
Halliday picked up a 2d yellow card for remonstrating with Brown over his full-time celebrations.
Former Scotland skipper Brown used to be then accused of breaching a rule which states avid gamers, coaches and officers must “act in the most productive pursuits of affiliation soccer”. Rule 77 additionally references “mistaken” behaviour and the usage of “threatening, abusive, indecent or insulting phrases or behaviour”.
Celtic boss Neil Lennon described the price as “trumped up” and added that the membership would shield Brown “vigorously”.